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The main purpose of this article is to review the work on Runge-Kutta Methods to study on Numerical Solutions of Initial Value Problems in Ordinary Differential Equations during the period 1983 to 2020. The required material from 1983 to 1996 pertaining to this research article has been taken freely from Hull et al. with gratitude and sincere acknowledgment.
Topics: Initial Value Problem, Numerical Solutions, Ordinary Differential Equations, Runge-Kutta Methods.
This paper is an attempt to depict the demolition of nature due to the Second World War. Nature takes an integral part in the lives of people. The paper, by using the drama waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett, illustrator how the unavoidable relationship between man nature are fragmental during the Modern Era. In this paper I have tried to show Beckett’s duality in representing nature through Vladimir and Estragon; Firstly, it reveals the exploitation of nature, and secondly, it precariously...
Topics: Vladimir, Estragon, Exploitation, Disintigration
A study was conducted to evaluate the effects of plant spacing and N fertilizer application on chemical composition of Brachiaria hybrid cv. Mulato II grass for the first 150 days after planting. A factorial experiment with 3 urea fertilizer levels (0, 50 and 100 kg/ha) and 4 spacings between plants and rows (20 x 20, 30 x 40, 40 x 60 and 50 x 80 cm) with 3 replications was used. Chemical analyses were conducted for crude protein (CP), ash, neutral detergent fiber (NDF), acid detergent fiber...
Topics: Urea, Spacing, Dry Matter Yield, Chemical Composition
Ethiopia has been taking several measures to reduce the gender gap which is observed in the recent years. Gender issue has also incorporated as one of the priority agenda in the policies and programs. As a result; females have engaged in economic, social, and political decisions in the country. Education is one of the social factors where by gender disparity is reflected. 
Topic: Agricultural Economics
As far as economic growth of Indian and its future development, the role of Entrepreneurship is very pivotal and important as it take advantage of all the resources, opportunities for employment for the development of people who live in villages. This research examines the result of financial market, economic growth and development with the put in of foreign investment on entrepreneurship development sustained by manufacturing in Micro, small and Medium enterprises (MSME) and permanent funding...
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Topics: MSME, Error Correction Model, FDI
Unmarried Chinese Women above the age of 27 are ranked as “leftover women”, a name given by Chinese state media to force women back home. To investigate how this term exerts discipline on single women and their consequent responses to such discipline, this thesis focuses on four TV series targeting on overage unmarried women to illustrate the various forms of social discipline imposed on them and their tendency toward psychic subjection which generates docile bodies consequently. The...
Topics: Leftover Women, TV Series, Discipline, Subjection
Regular reviews and syntheses of the literature is important for researchers to build upon existing knowledge to identify key knowledge gaps and new research directions. A Significant amount of study has been conducted causes of rural farm households’ food insecurity in Ethiopia. This paper review focuses on reviewing the research’s results which focuses on identifying causes and coping strategies of food insecurity in different parts of Ethiopia. As several studies argue in Ethiopia, most...
Topics: Food Insecurity, Food Security, Coping Strategies, Review, Ethiopia
The aim of this study is to explore the reality of using ”m-learning” technology techniques and MALL in foreign languages teaching, in the learning process and how it is used to develop the comprehension skill of students of learning the English language, as well as to reveal the importance of its use in the foreign language learning classroom and how it is activated in the life of the student who aims to learn and master the English language in the most modern and enjoyable way. This study...
Topics: Foreign Language Learning, Learner Autonomy, M-Learning, Mobile Assisted Learning, MALL In Foreign...
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R. K. Narayan has emerged as a complex writer whose limpid novels reveal unsuspected depths. He has consciously attempted to naturalize or Indianize the Western novel by transporting the traditions of linear narration, Victorian realism and the modernist psychological multi-text upon the circular and digressive structure, and the symbolical and ethical framework, of the ancient Hindu narratives. This fabular quality in Narayan’s fiction confers universality and depth and extends the...
Topics: Indianize, Ethical Framework, Postcolonialism, Colonialism and Nativism
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In this work, X-ray fluorescence technique was used to evaluate the soil concentration with some elements for 30 soil samples (0 - 10 cm in depth) from various locations to cover the Blue Nile State, Sudan. Concentrations of elements: Ferrous (Fe), Cobalt (Co), Nickel (Ni), Chrome (Cr), Titanium (Ti), vanadium (V), Tungsten (W) and Aluminum (Al). The results revealed that the high levels of Fe, Cr, W, Ni, V, Co, Ti and Al concentrations were 91.47, 72.8, 11.45, 4.62, 1.31,0.80 and 0.28 mg/kg...
Topics: X-Ray Fluorescence Technique, Industrial Plants, Concentration of Heavy Metals
Anxiety is a subjective feeling of apprehension, tension and worry, which is thought to be relatively stable personality characteristics Speilberg (1973) suggested that Anxiety contributes to the development of hypertension. Anxiety has been directly shown to stimulate acute auto1nomic arousal (Rusk et al 1990) and blood pressure reactivity. Secondly responding to anxiety or anxiety provoking experiences with anger has been shown to contribute to cardiovascular diseases. Objective is:
Topics: Anxiety, Blood Pressure, Hypertension, Obesity, Cardio-Vascular- Diseases Vulnerable Population,...
The mid-size city of Kota, Rajasthan in India has emerged as an important coaching centre for students aspiring to join the elite Indian academic institutions for medical and engineering studies. Every year lakhs of students congregate here and make it their home for two to four years, while they put themselves to the daily academic grind in an extremely competitive environment. Mushrooming of coaching centres with negligible residential facility compels the young students to make difficult...
Topics: Rental Housing, Student Rental Housing, Residential Choice, Rental Preferences and Behaviour
India has witnessed a massive influx of Sri Lankan Tamil’s since 1983 and they found their accommodation in various camps in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. The decision of Sri Lankan government regarding the enactment of the official language act which built Sinhalese as the official language of Sri Lanka. In India
Topics: Inflow of Sri Lankan Refugees, Overview of Sri Lankan Refugees and Statistical Overview of Refugees
The emerging coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) outbreak in 2020 had a huge impact on world financial markets. It has developed unmatched risk, resulting in large losses for investors within a very short period of time. The purpose of this paper is to define the key drivers and their effect on the capital markets of the countries (China, India, Italy, Japan, Qatar, Singapore, the UK and the USA).
Topics: COVID- 19, Stock Market Indices, Government Stringency Index, Financial Markets
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An exploration of The Legends of Khasak, (translated by O. V. Vijayan, who also wrote the Malayalam original version Khasakinte Ithihasam) through a structuralist perspective is attempted in this paper. Structuralism is the approach that infers that elements of human culture must be understood by way of their affiliation to a broader, all-encompassing system or structure. The paper works to discover the structures that underlie the narrative of the novel, about sin, penance, salvation and...
Topics: Culture, Language, Myth, Reality, Structuralist
Rapid and accurate determination of blood types is very important during emergency situation before administering a blood transfusion. Identification of blood group plays a major role in the medical field for any treatment. The conventional method involves drawing of blood samples from human body and depending upon the antigen-antibody reaction blood group is determined. 
Topics: Blood Groups, LED, LDR, Inherited Property, Resistance Value
Most of the women start their life in the unorganized sector. Even if they lose their financial support in the family they have to find a source of living in the society which again makes them enter into the unorganized sector. These women have to work long hours in the poor working conditions of the unorganized sector and also work in the house, raising their children and domestic chores without any help from the male gender.
Topics: Unorganized Sector, Illiteracy, Poverty, Ignorance
Fruits and vegetables processing equipments are very well used and needed for every type of industry nowadays. Processing of the fruits and vegetables is important for their use for direct consumption or as a food ingredient. During processing, the emphasis is there on preserving the color, taste, texture and nutrition of the food product with improvement in its shelf life. Some of the basic processes used in the processing industry are grading, freezing, washing, peeling, slicing, size sorting...
Topics: Fruits, Vegetables, Processing Equipments, Shelf Life, Produced Outcome, Cost Associated, Market...
Information technology is not only one of the fastest growing industry in India but it also plays a major role in pushing the nation’s economy onto a positive growth curve and has highly contributed in changing India’s reputation from a slow developing economy to a global leader in technology on which many countries can depend for world class technology solutions. The Indian IT sector has remained one of the key sectors contributing to the robust growth story of the Indian economy. This...
Topics: Employee Retention, Information Technology Sector, Attitude of the Employees, Age
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Ojude Oba festival is celebrated annually in Ijebu-Ode, a Yoruba town in Southwestern Nigeria. The festival, which has its roots in the entrance of Islamic religion into the town, is celebrated two days after the Muslim Eid-el-Kabir festival, known as Ileya, among the people. The Ojude Oba, which began over a hundred years ago, has since become a display of culture, cohesion, healthy rivalry, wealth, opulence and development with a dynamic touch of modernity for Ijebus at home, and in diaspora....
Topics: Regbe – Regbe, Age - Grade, Ojude – Oba, Ijebu – Ode, Cloth and Color
A fascinating aspect of the present day system of company management is the new concept of ‘Corporate Governance’. Under the new system of company’s management the obligations which the companies have to perform are not just the same as they used to be under the ancient Principles of Common Law from which had originated and developed the system of company management. On the other hand, there are certain obligations and responsibilities under the new principles in addition to the earlier...
Topics: Salient features of corporate bodies, Present day functions of corporate bodies, New forms of...
Computer based interactive simulations are playing a very crucial role in today’s education system. Due to the rapid increase in the advancement of technology and application oriented educational pattern, simulations are being used in the classrooms widely, particularly in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) subjects. However, the effectiveness of the simulations on students learning outcome at various levels has been a matter of interest for many researchers. The...
Topics: Simulation, STEM, Pedagogy, Simulation Education, Learning Outcome
This paper concerned with the dynamic analysis of non-uniform Bernoulli-Euler beam resting on bi-parametric foundations and traversed by constant magnitude moving distributed load with simply supported ends conditions. Damping term effect is incorporated into the model. The solution technique employed is based on Galerkin method and integral transformation in conjunction with the convolution theorem. The deflection of the beam under moving loads is calculated for several values of damping...
Topics: Non-Uniform Beam, Bi-Parametric Foundations, Axial Force, Shear Modulus, Foundation Modulus,...
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At its beginning the concept of guidance was limited only to vocations. The main purpose of guidance was to minimize juvenile delinquency which was an emerging problem at that time. The basic idea was to divert the teenage energy towards a direction; to give direction and meaning to their lives. Hence, to make them able to understand their needs, skills & abilities and thus making them able to realize of what they are capable of doing. Focus was to make ‘wise’ choice among the available...
Topics: At its beginning the concept of guidance was limited only to vocations. The main purpose of...
Tourism plays a key role in globalization. Serious environmental problems caused by tourism have received great attention from the public. Green tourism was defined as responsibility to natural areas, especially to environmental conservation and maintaining the prosperity of the local people. This research focus on the theoretical basis of green tourism and its characteristics. The proposed research model consists of 8 factors affecting green tourism: tourism products, accommodation facilities,...
Topics: Tourism Products, Accommodation Facilities, Human Resources for Tourism, Green Marketing,...
Regular reviews and syntheses of the literature is important for researchers to build upon existing knowledge to identify key knowledge gaps and new research directions. A Significant amount of study has been conducted causes of rural farm households’ food insecurity in Ethiopia. This paper review focuses on reviewing the research’s results which focuses on identifying causes and coping strategies of food insecurity in different parts of Ethiopia. As several studies argue in Ethiopia, most...
Topics: Food Insecurity, Food Security, Coping Strategies, Review, Ethiopia
In a computer numerical control (CNC) milling process, simulation is integral to ensure that the resulting work piece has very little error. This boils down to the accuracy and effectiveness of the G-code generated by the simulation in comparison with the actual CNC milling process. This study presents a system revolving around augmented reality (AR) programming to assist in the generation of G-codes for a virtual CNC milling simulation process. The proposed system allows the operator to...
Topics: Augmented Reality, G-Code, and CNC Milling
Agriculture is backbone of the economy of a country. Soil is important factor for the agricultural production of crop and crop products. It is the medium through which, nutrient and growth factor is made available to the plants. Soil is the raw source of ground water. Soil contains essential macronutrients and micronutrients, which are necessary for the growth. Agricultural product quality depends on soil quality. 
Topics: Black soil, Agriculture, Chemical Composition, Physical Nature
For manufacturing industries, quality is the main concern, and to inspect the materials at a very faster rate to meet the production demands. In manufacturing, quality can be defined as the fitness of the product to use and it is an essential parameter in manufacturing industries.
Topics: Yolov3, Labelled Images, Activation Functions.
When the soul is present in human body, the body does all the activities. But when human body dies, the soul disappears from the body. No sooner it leaves the human then the physical activities gets stunted. But do you know why it does not work? Our eyes, hands, mouth and each and every part of human body is very much there, but still the body does not work without the soul? Why? Soul is very vital for human body since it helps human body to work, eat, speak, walk…etc. This is the same power...
Topics: Soul, God, Universe, Law of Conservation, Supreme God Power, Human Body, Science, Spiritual Power
Law is an expression of Custom, Usage and Tradition which is not derogatory to human nature and popular modal codes.They say marriages are made in heaven. However, it is not true in all the cases. All marriages do not yield the same effect. For some, marriage becomes a living hell! To get out of the torturous situation of marriage ‘Divorce’ is one of the solution which is available to either of the spouses. With the change in the lifestyle of individuals and many other factors, the number...
Topics: Adultery, Contested Divorce, Cruelty, Conversion, Divorce by Mutual Consent, Desertion, Religious...
E – learning is a learning /teaching tool in education and is now emerging as the advance paradigm for higher education. Hence, the present study was conducted to find the attitude of students towards e-learning. Ex-post facto research design was used for the study. The study was conducted among the first year undergraduate students of Agriculture College & Research Institute, Coimbatore. The study inferred that majority of the students were found to have moderate to highly favourable...
Topics: E – Learning, Paradigm, Programmes, Favourable, Attitude
Four pulses red gram, black gram, green gram and massor are taken as sample to study Fungi isolation. As we know these are the pulses widely uses in India. Natural method of observation the technique of preservation of pulses at the homes of farmers has observed and the same method has applied for storage of pulses. For storage jute and polythene bags and clay jars are used to observe the growth of ten types fungi which commonly grows on pulses like Aspergillosis niger, and flavus, Fusarium sp...
Topics: Fungi, Storage, Pulses, Enzymatic Assay, Method, Isolation
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School textbook evaluation seems to take three interrelated paths: process, application or product. Seen from an integrative comparative angle, the current article has twin goals. First, it aims at reviewing the literature underpinning current EFL textbook evaluation in Morocco, locating areas of theoretical and methodological convergence, and highlighting virgin ‘avenues’ that have not yet been traveled by. Second, it wishes to lay the foundations for a firmly grounded understanding of the...
Topics: EFL Textbooks, Process, Product, Gender, CDA
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This article analyzes the information about the architectural and historical monuments located in the territory of ancient Karmana, their construction and repair processes, architecture. In particular, there is information about the life and work of the famous mystic Mir Said Bahrom, who lived in the X-XI centuries, the history of the construction of the mausoleum, as well as its restoration during the years of independence. Mir Said Bahrom is a mature scholar, cleric, pious man, prophet, saint...
Topics: Architectural Monument, Architecture, Mysticism, Kufic Writing, Cultural Heritage, Ganchkori Manor,...
The underlying basis for the predictions of non-simultaneity and time dilation in relativity theory is discussed. It is pointed out that Einstein based his conclusions entirely on the Lorentz transformation (LT). He claimed that once one assumes the constancy of the speed of light for all observers (at the same gravitational potential), there is no choice but to replace the Galilean transformation (GT) of classical physics by the LT. 
Topics: FitzGerald-Lorentz Length Contraction (FLC), Time Dilation, Remote Non-simultaneity, Clock Puzzle,...
Trade means business there will be different types of trades since the ancestors. The British people came to India for trading according to history 1600 The British East India Company started in Kolkata later Dutch East India Company started in 1602.
Topics: Origin of Trades - Sick Industry - No-Profit And No-Loss Making Industry - Profit-Making Industry -...
The present survey of this plant reveals that Adhatoda vasica Nees belonging to family Acanthaceae, commonly known as Adosa, is found many regions of India and throughout the world, with a multitude of uses in traditional Ayurveda. Vasica is most well-known for its effectiveness in treating respiratory conditions. Bacterial resistance against traditional antibiotics has posed a major problem nowadays and the phytoconstituents present in medicinal plants has the potential to combat bacterial...
Topics: Adosa, Phytoconstituents, Antibiotic, Gram Negative Bacteria
In this study, azomethine ligand. (L) and its Co(III) complexe was characterized by the elemental analayses, mass spectra, 1H and 13C NMR ,infrared.Molecular structures of the azomethine ligand was determined by single crystal. X-ray diffraction studies.The harmonic oscillator. model of aromaticity (HOMA) indexes for. Rings of synthesized azomethine ligand was. calculated so order to. investigate of enamine tautomer in the solid state. In ligandc (L), the central. shows non-aromatic character...
Topics: Azomethine, Co(III) Complex, Antioxidant, Atiprolifeartive Activities, Crystal Structure
In the present age of information, all libraries have been initiated to update and digitize themselves for the purpose of modernizing information services. The need for digital services has been met by providing ICT and machine oriented services. Therefore, in order to improve the services and survival of libraries, it is imperative to measure user satisfaction in terms of digital resources. Therefore, this paper attempts to determine the actual research gap by analyzing the previously...
Topics: Digital Library Services, User Centric Approach, User Satisfaction, User Perception, Digital...
One of the most basic principles in science is the objectivity of measurement of physical properties. According to the special theory of relativity (STR), this ancient principle is violated for observers in relative motion since it predicts that they generally will disagree on the ratios of the lengths of two objects and also on whose clock is running slower at any given time.
Topics: Einstein’s Symmetry Principle (ESP), Asymmetric Time Dilation, Clock-Rate Proportionality,...
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Microbes contaminate various environmental sources and humans always have a tendency to get into contact with them. In the human body, the hands are the organs that are highly involved in picking up microbes from animate and inanimate objects with reference to the instrumentation process in the banking sector automatic teller machine (ATM) have become an important component of life. Many users access the ATM so the chances of microbial population contaminating the ATM too is high. Many drug...
Topics: Automated Teller Machines, MDR Strains, Moringa Oleifera
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A study on the traditional ornaments of Ao tribe of Nagaland was an attempt to find out the different traditional ornaments of the Ao tribe. The term ornament is usually applied to the adornment of the body. The Aos are very much fond of ornaments and ornaments are the indication of family background, social status and personal attributes of the wearer. The Ao women do not possess as many ornaments as her husband.
Topics: Ao, Ornaments, Nagaland, Traditional
In Ready-Made Garments (RMG) sector, Bangladesh faced a big Economic change in late 80’s. Now this sector which is the blood economy of Bangladesh where above 80% of the workers is mostly rural migrant women. These docile, vulnerable unprivileged rural migrant women workers now have become a vital issue for the socio-economic development of the country as well as to contribute to country’s national economic growth. But their affordable accommodation, housing needs and living environment...
Topics: RMG Factories, Women Migrant Worker, Rental Affordable Housing, Living Condition
The Bugun Tribe of Arunachal Pradesh has a rich treasure of folk literature. Students coming from the tribe and learning English as a language subject have been found to be facing problems, where their Textbook Lessons do not bear much correspondence to their tribal contexts. In this paper, a textbook lesson has been prepared for the Class-IV students with folktales from their tribe. It has been seen that such a lesson proves helpful in ensuring their English language skills development.
Topics: Folktales, Bugun Tribe, Textbook, English Language Teaching
Despite the numerous efforts of being completely paperless, there are still some places and works in which the use of paper is needed. The regulated use of paper should be our first step towards going paperless. In this paper, we implement an IoT based printing process in which the user can print the documents through their phone selecting the nearest printer hub given the GPS(1) and the printer hub in return gives the user the estimated arrival time of the user when the print work is done. The...
Topics: Optimized Printing, Printing, Print Servers, Location-Based, Waiting Time, Global Positioning...
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This paper deals with the design and fabrication of basic Linear Induction Motor (LIM), suitable for Traction application. The different concepts of the motor that are in common with other rotating machines, are identified and studied. An Aluminum sheet lay over iron core, acts as the rotor and the stator is designed for Double Layer winding, having 2 poles. The use of Linear Induction Motors (LIM) ranges from slow moving sliding doors to high speed trains across the globe.
Topics: Linear Induction Motor (LIM), Traction, Design of Stator, Design of Rotor, Design of Windings.
This case study is based on the road construction activity, being undertaken by Border Road Organization in High Altitude Area in Eastern Ladakh in India. The road is being constructed along an altitude ranging from 12000 feet up to 18200 feet above Mean Sea Level (MSL), and the construction activity is restricted to only 4-5 months in a year, due to extreme winters during balance of the year. At higher reaches, lack of good quality aggregate material meant their haulage from long distances...
Topics: Admixture, Cement Treated Base (CTB), Cement Treated Sub-base (CTSB), Flexible Pavement,...
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In this paper, the effect of thermal radiative past an impulsively started infinite vertical plate through porous medium under the influence of transverse magnetic field has been discussed. The fluid is assumed to be gray,          emitting – absorbing but non-scattering medium and the optically thick radiation limit is considered. The dimensionless governing equations are solved using Laplace transformation technique. The velocity and temperature profiles are shown graphically. The...
Topics: First Order Chemical Reaction, Heat and Mass Transfer, MHD, Natural Convection, Porous Medium
The present degree of technological advancement is contributing to an increased need for privacy and protection in relation to individuals' personal data. In order to respond to current needs, the new structure of the General Data Protection Regulation aims to provide the required guidelines to prevent the potential leakage of personal private data. 
Topics: Policy on General Data Protection, Accounting, Information Security
The needs of lighter automotive components have enhanced the application of thin wall casting technology on ductile iron which is known as Thin Wall Ductile Iron (TWDI). In the current research, TWDI was produced using vortex technique with different thicknesses of 5, 10 and 15mm. Vortex technique is a modern method for producing high quality ductile iron. This aims at producing TWDI with high nodularity and high mechanical properties. 
Topics: TWDI, Thin Wall Casting, Vortex Technique, Light Castings Products, Ductile Iron
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The present study has been undertaken to study Self Efficacy of adolescents in relation to their well-being . For this study 200 students of 10+1 class of government senior secondary schools of Ludhiana city were taken. Self Efficacy Scale by (Mathur and Bhatnagar 2012) and General Well-Being Scale by (Kalia and Deswal, 2012) were used to collect the data. Descriptive survey method was used. The results of the study shows that there exists a average positive correlation between Self Efficacy...
Topics: Sel Efficacy, Well-Being, Adolescents
In this paper, we give the main focus on the continuous advancement in the field of power quality improvement. Development of artificial intelligence and expert system in the area of control engineering dragged the attention of researcher to incorporate these advance techniques with active power filter to enhance its compensation properties.
Topics: Active Power Filter, AI Techniques, Adaptive Control, Total Harmonic Distortion
The paper discusses the importance of English languageand effective communication in English to the graduate students. It is observed that the students studying graduation lacking English communication skills. Communication in English and language plays major role to build academic and professional career. There are so many factors for this cause. The paper has thrown light on the causes and consequences for the above stated problem. In this Global world, communication in English language is a...
Topics: Communication Competence, English Language Skills, Global World, Language Acquisition, Graduates
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Top layer of soil that is referred as top soil contain highest concentration of microorganisms and organic matter. Disturbance of the top soil by anthropogenic or natural activities is one of the biggest ecological problems in the world, because top soil is the essential material for food production and there is no alternative for it. From the analysis of top soil from two selected locations for a twelve months study period, it was observed that, Total Nitrogen increased and decreased with the...
Topics: Soil, Total Nitrogen, pH, Phosphorus
Like all other outbreak of pandemics in the history of the world, one of the challenges posed by Corona Virus otherwise known as COVID-19 is that it is very strange to the medical world, with little or no available record for it. In combatting it, especially as precautionary moves, governments of many nations had to embark on sensitization of their citizens using language.
Topics: English Language, Role, COVID-19, Multilingual, Nigeria
Diabetes is specified as the most chronic and deadliest disease that results in increasing blood sugar. The medical data mining approaches were utilized for detectingun observed patterns in the medical field sof sets of data for medical diagnosis and treatment. Data classification for diabetes mellitus is quite significant. 
Topics: Diabetes Mellitus, Data Mining, Diagnosis, K Nearest Neighbors, Classification, Support Vector...
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This writing “A Study on Aminu Rahman’s Poetry Writings Translated by Raja Rajeswari Seetha Raman” describes about whether it is good or not found in some poems written in English as a source of language (SL) to Malay language as target language(TL), viewed from the process of transferring language. The writer used descriptive qualitative method and Larson’s theory of translation so as to know whether there will be a result as a finding in case of trasnferring the language of poems is...
Topics: Translate, Describe, Target, Language, Source, Transfer
Language is a basic form of communication. It can be verbal, physical and biologically innate. Culture is the distinctiveness of a specific group of people. This distinctiveness can be observed in the language, religion, social behavior, music and the arts of these groups. Language and Culture are closely associated as culture finds its expression in language.
Topics: Language, Culture, Teaching/Learning EFL
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When man lived a life of a settler he started getting emotionally attached within the group. The most basic instinct of companionship was felt as the societies grew and gave rise to the institution known as ‘marriage’. Marriage in Hinduism is a sacred relationship for leading a conjugal life and the purpose was not only to beget children or sexual fulfillment, but also to perform holy ceremonies with the better half of man, called ‘Ardhangini’. The concept of marriage changes from...
Topics: Conjugal Life, Dissonance, Marriage, Rationality, Self-Destruction
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In the process of glocalization, the important aspect of human race is happiness and in search of happiness people try to find out places, where they can spend time for happiness and recreation and with less time left with them to figure out the where and how to go, had resulted into places, where tourist arrival is more and of interest.                              Clean coast are one of the major places where tourist love to spend their time. Snorking, boating, fishing and...
Topics: Coastal Tourism, Significance of Tourism, Tourism Planning and Development, Environmental and...
The rational method is used to evaluate the surface runoffs on peak stages occurred at small areas like field lands, parking spots, public parks etc. This method does not provide any accurate infiltration rate. In this method we observe especially water movements and their inputs through hydrological cycle. By using of this method there is no timing collaboration between the peak flow.
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Homopolymer of the prepared dodecylmethacrylate (DDMA) monomer was synthesized and a series of copolymers of it were prepared by varying the ratio between the ester and vinyl acetate (VA) by free radical polymerization using BZP as initiator. The synthesized polymers were characterized by spectral studies (FT-IR and NMR) and by gel permeation chromatography (GPC). Thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) was used to investigate the thermal behaviour of the polymers at high temperature. Performances of...
Topics: Base Oil, Additive, Pour Point Depressant, Viscosity Modifier, GPC, TGA
The macro overview of municipal finance may not hold enough for understanding the sources, structure, composition, and trend of aggregate revenue and expenditure of the urban local authorities in cities and may not focus enough lights on the constraint faced by the individual local government and the requirement for suitable policy initiative to solve them.
Topics: Municipal Finance, Core Municipal Amenities, Normative Approach, Under-Spending
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The novel Sula exhibited the themes of motherhood, friendship and love. Along with these themes the most significant features of this novel were the conventional and unconventional life of Nel wright and Sula Peace. This paper has been elucidated the effort to unfold their deep bonding which was tested by social norms. The setting of this novel was in a mostly black town Ohio. Gradually the story of Sula explored the relationship between women and men in the patriarchal society never the less,...
Topics: African American Females, Mother/Daughter Relationship, Friendship, Estrangement, Emasculation
In this modern era of information technology, social media is the key factor for communication with library users. It has created a new platform for librarians to supply library services in an effective and innovative way. In this paper an attempt has been made to know the utility of internet commutation sites among library professionals. The study also identifies the perception among library professionals with regard to importance of these multimedia tools. The study is based on survey...
Topics: Social Media, Social Networking, Reference Service, Blog, YouTube
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We have lots of properties of traditional matrix algebra. Some of these properties are studied and extended in [1-5]. Here we extend some more properties in extended matrix algebra on M (F), the set of all matrices over a given field F [1, 3]. Also following [1-11], we are motivated to introduce some new properties in extended matrix algebra on M (F).
Topics: Eigen Value, Extended Matrix Algebra
Phytochemical screening was conducted on its leaves, bark, seed, and fruit skin of the Avocado. The active ingredients in the avocado plant part were extracted in three solvents- Distilled water, 70% ethanoland acetone. Qualitative tests were conducted on the supernatant extracted from the different plant parts of the Avocado using different chemical tests to detect and identify the various classes of phyto chemicals present. The screening revealed presence of Alkaloids, Flavonoids, Terpenoids,...
Topics: Most extracts also showed some amount of phenolic and flavonoid content, so they could also play a...
The study examined child neglect as the predictor of academic performance of senior secondary school students in Edo State. Specifically, the study determined the extent to which child neglect (Educational and social neglect) individually and jointly predicts the academic performance of students in senior secondary schools in the state. The ex-post facto research design was adopted. The multistage sampling technique was used to draw a total sample of 1,505 senior secondary schools, one (SS1)...
Topics: Child Neglect, Academic Performance, Victims of Child Neglect
The major purpose of the study was to explore the impact of ICT on the achievements of students in Cell biology at standard XI. The study was experimental type. Equivalent group study design was used. 60 students were selected for the study. 30 as control group and 30 as the experimental group. 
Topics: Achievements of the Students in Cell Biology, Favour of ICT Usage Various Levels of Education
For a plant engineer, the boiler efficiency is one of the most crucial aspects. Therefore, different techniques are developed to improve the boiler performance. In the several studies, it is found that a boiler consumes the energy around eighty percent of the boiler operating cost.The efficiency of a boiler suffered due to the various losses occurred. These losses are mainly occurred due to the flue gas accumulation, unburned fuel, convective and radiated heat loss.To improve the efficiency of...
Topics: Efficiency Improvement of Boiler, Kuwait
Despite various government interventions to lower the cost of education and increase completion of secondary education, the ideal situation is yet to be realized. With a quarter of enrolled students dropping out before completing secondary education, Kaka mega East Sub-county lags far behind the UNESCO projected dropout out rate of just 5 %. 
Topics: Levies, Completion, Education, Public Day Secondary Schools
This paper is an attempt to explore the relevance of the lost legacy of Gandhi in the context of the Gandhian idea of decentralization at the time of the most challenging health crisis in the world, the pandemic COVID 19. The impetus to the idea of democratic decentralization was first witnessed during the 73rd Constitutional Amendment which came out with the constitutional status to the Panchayati Raj Institutions and evolved three-tier system of Panchayat. The credit goes to the...
Topics: Gandhian Approach, Gram Swaraj, Panchayati Raj, COVID 19 Kerala Model, Gandhian Relevance
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The effect of different boron contents (between 3 and 70 ppm) on the metallurgical and mechanical properties of thermo mechanically carbon steel had been investigated. Three alloys were cast with different boron content. The alloys were subjected to thermo mechanical processing at temperature of 1200˚C and then quenched by air, oil or water as various quenching medium. Mechanical characteristics of those alloys were investigated through hardness and tensile tests at room temperature....
Topics: Boron Steel, Heat Treatment, Micro-Alloyed, Low Carbon Steel, Boron Effect, Metallurgical...
The recommendation of having crisis management has been suggested in the National Tourism Policy draft 2015, this suggestion has become a need of hour with the given current situation. This paper aims at establishing crisis/disaster management points for consideration to be incorporated in the National Tourism Policy with a lookout of Sustainable Tourism in the Himalaya.
Topics: Crisis Management, Disaster Management, Uttarakhand, Tourism Planning, Sustainable Tourism